International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 32 (2016)

ISSUE 1
'Editors’ Introduction', Guy Davidov, Pnina Alon-Shenker, Issue 1, pp. 1–1
'“The Kindness of Strangers”: The Tip and the Minimum Wage in France, Germany, and the United States', Matthew W. Finkin, Issue 1, pp. 3–31
'The Future of the Common Law in Employment Regulation', Joellen Riley, Issue 1, pp. 33–44
'The Dynamics of Common Law Evolution', Douglas Brodie, Issue 1, pp. 45–68
'The Role of Judges in the Regulation of Australian Employment Contracts', Gabrielle Golding, Issue 1, pp. 69–91
'The Common Law and the Reconstruction of Employment Relationships in New Zealand', Gordon Anderson, Issue 1, pp. 93–116
'Bhasin v. Hrynew: A New Era for Good Faith in Canadian Employment Law, or Just Tinkering at the Margins?', Claire Mummé, Issue 1, pp. 117–129

ISSUE 2
'Precariousness of Trainees Working in the Framework of a Traineeship Agreement', Annika Rosin, Issue 2, pp. 131–159
'Why Should We Care? Bullying in the American and South African Workplace', Dina Maria (Denine) Smit, Johannes Voet Du Plessis, Issue 2, pp. 161–196
'Special Section: The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the Weak Social Constitution? Introduction', Xavier Groussot, Mia Rönnmar, Issue 2, pp. 197–201
'Protecting Fundamental (Social) Rights through the Lens of the EU Single Market: The Quest for a More ‘Holistic Approach’', Sybe A. de Vries, Issue 2, pp. 203–229
'Changes to Economic and Monetary Union and Their Effects on Social Policy', Alicia Hinarejos, Issue 2, pp. 231–249
'Possible Shielding Effects of Article 27 on Workers’ Rights to Information and Consultation in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights', Petra Herzfeld Olsson, Issue 2, pp. 251–273

ISSUE 3
'Employees’ Obligation to Be Available to Employers: A (New) Pathway to Precariousness or a Source of Flexibility?', Guylaine Vallée, Issue 3, pp. 275–279
'Proposal for a Theoretical Framework for the Analysis of Time Porosity', Émilie Genin, Issue 3, pp. 280–300
'‘Just-in-Time’ Labour: The Case of Networks Providing Home Support Services in Quebec', Louise Boivin, Issue 3, pp. 301–321
'The Obligation to Be Available: The Case of the Trucking Industry', Urwana Coiquaud, Issue 3, pp. 322–343
'Setting the Temporal Boundaries of Work: An Empirical Study of the Nature and Scope of Labour Law Protections', Guylaine Vallée, Dalia Gesualdi-Fecteau, Issue 3, pp. 344–378

ISSUE 4
'In Memoriam: Roger Blanpain (1932–2016)', Alan C. Neal, Issue 4, pp. 379–381
'Labour Law and the Capability Approach', Riccardo Del Punta, Issue 4, pp. 383–405
'‘Hard Law Makes Bad Cases’: The International Labour Organization (Nervously) Confronts New Governance Institutions', Brian Langille, Issue 4, pp. 407–423
'The Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights: Labour Violations and Shared Responsibility', Yossi Dahan, Hanna Lerner, Faina Milman-Sivan, Issue 4, pp. 425–447
'Active Aging through Employment: A Critical Feminist Perspective on Polish Policy', Ania Zbyszewska, Issue 4, pp. 449–472
'The Impact of Brexit on UK Labour Law', Michael Ford, Issue 4, pp. 473–495
'List of Abbreviations', Issue 4, pp. 497–499
'Article Index', Issue 4, pp. 501–503
'Subject Index', Issue 4, pp. 505–517

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